I am getting this error while switching between different scenarios "Invalid wet well operating range. (Minimum < Initial < Maximum)." Pressure Engine". The error is because the model automatically update/change the Elevation (Initial) of wet wells. Every time I correct it and again it changes automatically. Is there any option to fix Elevation (Initial) or all elevations for all or specific scenarios?
See in the below screenshot, where the actual value entered for Elevation (initial) was 532.5 m but it changes automatically to 535.0 m.
Hi Farhan Aziz,
The issue might be that the value needs to be carried out more decimal places.
Right-click on the Elevation field and click Units and Formatting.
Change the Display Precision field from 2 to 3 or 4 and see if it holds the value you key-in.
Please reply back to this thread and let us know whether this helps.
Hey Farhan Aziz,
After my initial response, I re-read your description and noticed that the value is jumping back to 535.00 (2 meters higher than the Max) rather than it just being a decimal place/rounding issue.
Does this happen with any other model? Please open one of the Sample files (C:\Program Files(x86)\Bentley\WaterCAD\Samples) and let us know if you see the same issue.
If you find that it is specific to one model, please follow the instructions in this Wiki article to forward a copy of the model to us for analysis.
Thank you very much for your response. I am sending you the model as its too slow and also not opening now. Regarding this Wet Well error, this is still there, when I jump to other scenarios and open the previous scenario the same error is repeated.
As per Jesse Dringoli and Yashodhan Joshi replies two days ago I tried SQP Personal but did not work. The previous model running issue thread is https://communities.bentley.com/products/hydraulics___hydrology/f/haestad-hydraulics-and-hydrology-forum/201546/sewergems-model-performance-and-run-time-issue/603413#603413
Thanks again Larry
I get an error message when I try to open the model. If you also do, please try restoring a backup file using the steps in this link. If that helps, please send us a new model so we can look into the issue.
I agree with Scott's comment. I also get an error when I attempt to open your model.
Please check your backups and send us a model that will open.